Mixed Media

September 2009

Dan Deacon Fall Tour and Poster Contest

Dan Deacon is heading back out on tour next week with Nuclear Power Pants. Deacon, who is also a visual artist, is combining both of

Omar Rodriguez Lopez - Xenophanes (new album / MP3)

Omar Rodriguez Lopez Xenophanes (Rodriguez Lopez Productions) Releasing: 28 September (Europe) / 10 November (US) The Mars Volta guitarist offers up another solo album in Xenophanes. This one

Efterklang & the Danish National Chamber Orchestra - Performing Parades (new album / DVD / video)

Efterklang & the Danish National Chamber Orchestra Performing Parades (Leaf Label) Releasing: 20 October Performing Parades will be released with the 55-minute live concert film, a

Tortoise - “Prepare Your Coffin” (video / MP3)

If you’re anywhere remotely close to Chicago, you should be happy to know that Tortoise is doing a free (free!) in-store performance at Reckless

Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson - “Relator” and others (Live on Interface) (video)

“Relator”, by these two very beautiful people, could not be more bland. It would miss the cut for a Rob Thomas album. Train would find

Noisettes - “Never Forget You” (Live on David Letterman) (video)

Lead singer Shingai Shoniwa appeared to be wearing either a repurposed colander or salvaged piece of Dot Matrix’s costume from Spaceballs, but she made

Dark Meat - Truce Opium (new album / MP3)

Dark Meat Truce Opium (Emergency Umbrella) Releasing: 20 October The Athens, Georgia-based gaggle of musicians known as Dark Meat will be putting out another album of

Stop Making Sense on Blu-ray (new release / video)

In 1984, the Talking Heads’ release of Stop Making Sense floored critics and fans alike, securing a place in music history as one of the greatest

Download The Shivah for free!

This post is about a video game, but I implore even the non-gamers among us to pay attention, because The Shivah, though it first came

Apricot Rail - “The Parachute Failure” (MP3) / “Pouring Milk Out the Window” (video)

Apricot Rail Apricot Rail (Hidden Shoal Recordings) Releasing: out now Most instrumental rock suggests the apocalypse is coming. If it is, Apricot Rail are too

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Indie Horror Month 2015: 'Dark Echo'

// Moving Pixels

"Dark Echo drops you into a pitch back maze and then renders your core tools of navigation into something quite life threatening.

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